Multiple things. Lose weight take anti inflammatories and sometimes injectiona.
Sacroiilititis! Sacroiilitis is the most common cause. This is inflammatory. See a rheumatologist.
See below. I see it in the following scenarios. After car accidents, especially when someone is pressing really hard on the brake with one foot. I see it after falls on the buttock. I see it in women whose pelvic ligaments relax during pregnancy and cause instability in the joint. I see it in people who have had fusion surgery that crosses the lowest lumbar segments and then get excess movement in the si.
Ligament Injury. Abnormal joint function, usually due to damaged joint ligaments or from joint hypermobility syndrome. symptoms can include popping sounds, shifting feeling, radiation of pain into groin region (confused with hernia pain), chronic low back pain, sciatica to knee, pelvic pain, painful intercourse, frequent urination &, to my experience, ibs. See my complete discussion on my board on quora. Com.
Sacroiliitis. Sacroiliac joint inflammation, which constitute the largest classes of rheumatic diseases, is the most common. Do not by into the idea of sacroiliac joint dysfunction. See a rheumatologist. A simple ap-pelvis x-ray will document this!
Mechanical Injury. Dr. Namey's ideas about common inflammation and non-existence of the phenomena of dysfunction and hypermobility is contrary to consensus of medical experts of sacroiliac joint (sij) disorders and sij clinical research. Over the last 20 years, diagnosis of non-inflammatory disorder and dysfunction of this 17 centimeter square joint, the largest joint in the axial spine, has been well proven.
SI pain can be. Difficult to manage. Physical therapy can help. Consider an si belt which will aid in compression. Injections in the joint can help. Anything that can treat pain, from acupuncture to nsaids, if those are right for you, can help. Check leg length discrepancies as this can contribute. Manual manipulation (osteopathic or chiropractic) can help a great deal. Refractory pain can be treated surgically.
PT. Most patients respond to physical therapy. A si joint injection may also be useful. Check out spine-health. Com.
I have lumbar hypolordosis, sacroiliac joint pain and sciatic nerve pain and numbness, can these symptoms be linked?
Yes. You are a bit young, but should have an evaluation by ortho or pain medicine.
Probably. The spine is connected to the sacrum which is connected to the iliac crests, this means that any mechanical imbalance or deviation will put stress onto the neighbor structures. Posture and muscle balance between the abdominals, low back, gluteus and hip muscles is key to improve your condition. Of course, you need an evaluation and possible imaging to rule out other causes. Www. Otwithmd. Com.
Yes. Likely the hypolordosis results in bulging disks that can cause the sciatic and numbness symptoms. The sacroiliac joint issues are on top of that causing pain. See spine/pain specialist to discuss your options for relief.